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for sgmd. stay connected at cnn.com/sanjay. keep the conversation going as well on twitter. time now for a check of your top stories from the cnn newsroom. >>> hello everyone. i'm don lemon in colorado from where i've been reporting all week. we're going to get you up to speed on the tragedy that happened here a week ago. many of the victims had been laid to rest all week some of them today as well. over my shoulder at this courthouse behind me the suspect in all of this, a 24-year-old man, will go to court for a second time where he will officially hear the charges against him. a lot of developments. we're working on a documentary that airs tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern. me and my colleague drew griffin of the investigative unit will be getting you up to speed on all the information coming out of here in colorado. a lot of it. just over a week ago i should tell you no one had any idea they'd be trying to make sense of the huge tragedy out here in colorado. and least of all the family members of those shot and killed in theater nine last friday. well, today services were held to remem
on this notebook. the judge will hear them in a hearing on that tomorrow, as well. and the media, including cnn, is petitioning the court to unseal a number of the documents that have been sealed in the case. so that will be heard by the judge, as well, on monday, ran did i. >> this is the beginning of a very long road. i have a feeling. jim spellman, thank you very much for that. >>> taking you inside a city at war. >> they were hit from a military checkpoint. it looks like right about here. it still smells like rotting flesh right now. >> that is the scene from syria's biggest city. ivan watson is there, home to 2.5 million people. it is now a battleground. [ male announcer ] research suggests the health of our cells plays a key role throughout our entire lives. ♪ one a day men's 50+ is a complete multi-vitamin designed for men's health concerns as we age. ♪ it has more of seven antioxidants to support cell health. that's one a day men's 50+ healthy advantage. >>> that is what it sounds like in syria's largest city, aleppo. rebels are firing back at government forces there as the besieged
a cnn special. as i said, we'll look back at the lives of those lost inside the colorado movie theater. we are committed to this story and bringing you the very latest on it and we'll cover it from the beginning to the end. our one-hour special "madness at midnight" airs right here on cnn 8:00 p.m. eastern and then again at 10:00 p.m. eastern. make sure you join us. in the meantime, we have a lot of other news to cover here. i'll go back to atlanta, now, for my colleague deb furyk. it has been an emotional week here. many report earns journalists have been here. it's been emotional for us but nothing like what this community and family members are dealing with here. >> clearly, this is so sad and such a tragedy that's affected everyone. don, thanks so much. we'll get back to you but right now let's get everyone up to speed on the day's headlines. a possible copycat crime. a maryland man now undergoing an evaluation after allegedly calling himself a joker as in the batman character and threatening to blow up his co-workers. police say neil prescott was in the process of being fired yest
three of the victims memorialized today were in their 20s. >>> and tonight at 8:00, cnn's don lemon host as special report madness at midnight, the search for answers in aurora. >>> now to travels overseas for mitt romney. he just landed in tel aviv after taking a charter flight from england. he's hoping to redeem himself after some rather embarrassing gaffes in london. the british media had a field day after romney appeared to question whether they were ready to host the games. they even dubbed him mitt the twit. and now to a remembrance of 9/11. on that day, 40 passengers and crew members of flight 93 died when their hijacked plane crashed in somerset county, pennsylvania. today the navy christened a ship named in honor of the heros who died on that flight in a ship yard in afternoon dale, a suburb of new orleans, family members of those killed gathered. a bottle of sparkling wine was smashed against its hull. >>> and explosions shatter buildings. you hear from a woman in syria's largest city coming under heavy attack today. hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as pa
very much. cnn newsroom continues right now. everyone have a great saturday. >> all right. you, too. thanks so much. any tennis today? >> oh, yeah, always. >> it's very hot out there. hydrate. >> i promise. then i'll come in and watch newsroom. >> i like. that all right. >> we'll give you a break for a few minutes. >> okay. >> be back in at 2:00. thanks so much. >> all right. a mass shooting one week ago, hard to believe it was just one week ago in colorado. it has a lot of people across the country in mourning today. memorials are taking place for three people killed in that massacre. the victims include a naval petty officer from illinois and, an aspiring sports reporter from texas and a man who was last -- whose last living act was saving his girlfriend from gunfire. all were under the age of 30. we have more on these people, who they were, how they are being remembered. many being laid to rest. in other cases their memorial services, a host of things. >> it's a very emotional day for a lot of the people affected by this theater shooting. as you know, fred, funerals are for a cou
>>> hello again everyone. you're in the cnn newsroom. i'm fredricka whitfield. a significant new development in the mass shooting at a colorado theater. the suspect james holmes was seeing a doctor who specializes in schizophrenia. drew griffin is with cnn's special investigations unit. >> according to his attorney in colorado the 24-year-old accused of killing 12 and gunning down dozens of others was seeing a psychiatrist at the time of the shooting. it's a huge development that stems from that package that was mailed to a professor at the university of colorado's aurora campus on monday. according to a motion filed in colorado, just yesterday, that professor was actually james holmes' psychiatrist, dr. lynn fenton the head of student medical health services at the university of colorado's aurora campus and according to holmes' attorney mr. holmes was a psychiatric patient of dr. fenton and his communications with her are protected. that attorney is now trying to get ahold of that package and the contents of which according to cbs news supposedly describe how holmes would kill p
of a legal battle. cnn's jim spellman is following the development from arapahoe county, colorado. tell us more on this. >> reporter: yeah. hello. last monday this notebook from james holmes arrived at the university of colorado there in the mail room. addressed to this psychiatrist he was seeing there at the school. so we know that the police came and they took that. now there's this gag order in effect. so law enforcement are not supposed to be talking to the media. but there was apparently what other media outlets called leaks that reported these were writings from holmes saying he was going to hurt people with drawings of people with guns and violent imagery, things like that. so the defense from holmes says, look, there's been the leaks. this is privileged material between a patient and a doctor. we want this material. the da's office says these leaks are inaccurate. they're not right. they don't have accurate sourcing. we don't want to give it to you. the judge said we're going to have a hearing about this monday. we'll decide. what it does tell us though is that, one, he was seeking
you switch. visit progressive.com today. >>> from the cnn center, this is "cnn saturday morning." it is saturday, july 28th. good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. >>> saying good-bye. mourners remember three people whose lives were tragically cut shofer short in the terrifying mass shooting in colorado. this as new details surface on the mindset of the suspected killer. >>> an unrelenting drought plants down on much of america. we'll show you by the numbers how it's affecting farmers and how it will hit your wallet in the months to come. >>> and two american swimmers go head to head in one of the first big competitions at the olympic games. we'll bring you all the highlights straight from london. >>> but we begin this morning on a somber note. memorial services are being held across the country today for three people killed in a hail of bullets one week ago inside a colorado movie theater. those victims are john larimer, navy petty officer 3rd class from crystal lake, illinois. larimer was stationed at buckley air force base in aurora, in a year. jessica ghawi, an aspiring spo
moos, cnn, new york. >>> thanks for starting your morning with us. we have much more ahead here on cnn saturday morning. >> from world headquarters in atlanta this is cnn saturday morning. >> it is humiliating shambles, isn't it? >> i cannot disagree with you. >> an embarrassing scandal for the london games, how the firm tasked with protecting the olympics failed and what new dangers may be lurking. this morning we put olympic security in focus. later, new details on the aurora shooting suspect. we'll tell you what cnn has learned about his mental state before the shooting. as chick-fil-a tries to spread its wings some cities want to clip them. we'll talk to one politician that says not in my town. >>> good morning, everyone. i am randi kaye. 8:00 on the east coast, 5 a.m. on the west. thanks for waking up with us. just hours after the opening ceremony a chinese woman has won the first gold medal in the london olympics. she competed in the 10 meter air rifle competition and to recap the highlights queen elizabeth officially opened the 2012 games with an epic journey through the u.k. hi
'll tell you what cnn has learned about his mental state before the shooting. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. just hours after the opening ceremony, a chinese woman has won the first gold medal in the london olympics. she competed in the air rifle competition. from last night, queen elizabeth officially opened the 2012 games after an epic journey through the united kingdom's rich history. danny boyle was the creative mind and director behind the $42 million show seen by people around the world. we're taking you leave to olympic park in just a moment. >>> in just a few hours, mitt romney leaves london and the games for israel. and he's leaving behind some brutal headlines and maybe some sore feelings. loppeders, incling the prime minister and the mayor, were not mused when the republican presidential candidate appeared to question their readiness for the olympics. one british tabloid called romney, quote, mitt the twit. and romney shambles into a viral twitter hashtag in the uk. romney is stirring up the twitter verse for another reason, because of tweets sent out by beth myers,
of silence. >>> and later, new details on the aurora shooting suspect. we'll tell you what cnn has learned about his mental state before the shooting. it is saturday, july 28th. good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. if you were waiting to watch london's olympic ceremony, this is your spoil alert. queen elizabeth officially opened the 2012 games after an epic journey through the united kingdom's rich history. oscar winner danny boyle was the creative mind and director behind the ceremony aisles of wonder. the recent tour de france champion bradley wiggins kicked things off followed by historic moments involving british society. one of the moments of the night was the prelude to the queen's introduction. ♪ >> boyle used his movie magic to show the queen teaming up with the james bond actor daniel craig in a scene that seems to show them parachuting into the olympic stadium. but stunt doubles actually jumped from the helicopter. it was not the queen. >>> let's take you over to london's olympic park where amanda davies is joining us this morning. good morning, amanda. we shared some of the
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'm @christineromans. now back to "cnn saturday" for the latest news headlines. have a great weekend. >>> security is in shambles, isn't it? >> i cannot disagree with you. >> reporter: an embarrassing scandal for the london games. how the firm tasked with protecting the olympics failed and what new dangers may be lurking. this morning, we put olympic security in focus. >>> and later, new details on the aurora shooting suspect. we'll tell you what cnn has learned about his mental state before the shooting. >>> threats from paris, pleas from prince, the jackson clan making headlines again, but this time it's a family feud with millions at stake. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. it is 10:00 on the east coast, 7:00 a.m. out west. thanks so much for starting your day with us. we start in london, where the olympic games are under way right now. a 23-year-old chinese woman nicknamed shooting beauty competing in the 10-meter air rifle competition has won the first gold medal in london. meantime, u.s. swimmer michael phelps will compete against ryan lochte in the 400 individual medley tonight, b
through israel. i'm wolf blitzer in "the situation room." the news continues next on cnn. >>> hello, everyone. i'm don lemon. live in colorado. you're in the cnn newsroom. i'm standing in front of the detention center where the accused movie theater shooter, james holmes, is being held. of course, he's accused of going on a shooting rampage inside a colorado movie theater last week. 12 people were killed, 50 others were wounded. four of the victims were remembered in services today and we'll have the very latest from colorado in just a moment. but first, we want to get you up to speed on other stories making headlines. >> well, in syria, we can only begin to imagine the horror facing the residents there in aleppo. government tanks are pounding neighborhoods. cnn's ivan watson on the ground there says the free syrian army is making the military pay. >> reporter: i've been speaking with one rebel operative who says that a column of syrian army tanks tried to enter the flashpoint neighborhood in the southwest of aleppo this morning and he claims that rebel fighters succeed with rocket-
that is now the subject of a legal battle. cnn's jim spellman is following the developments in arapahoe county, california. jim, good morning. so, tell me exactly, do they know when this notebook might have been sent to the professor, and will we ever get a look at it? >> reporter: well, here's what we know at this point. so, last monday, this package arrived at the university containing something written by james holmes sent to dr. lynn fenton, psychiatrist working at the university. so, at this point, it's in possession of the police and/or the da's office at this point. the defense says we want that, that's privileged doctor-patient material written from this patient to the doctor. we want to get that. that's the subject of this court hearing, of this court motion that was filed yesterday. what we don't know is how long holmes was seeing her or why he was seeing her. we don't know what was in this notebook. in this court filing, the da's office says they haven't even examined it ahead of the hearing monday. so, we've gotten some insight that we know he was seeking psychiatric help and it co
lochte, but romney won't be poolside. he has just left london for israel. cnn national political correspondent jim acosta reports romney's campaign is shrugging off a string of diplomatic misfires in the british capital. >> reporter: the headlines here in london were not what mitt romney anticipated when he embarked on this overseas trip, but his campaign is confident he can clear the hurdles ahead. mitt romney hit the reset button on his overseas charm offensive during his lone public meeting of the day in london. he was asked by the leader of ireland about how he had to walk to the irish embassy due to the city's intense pre-olympics traffic. >> i see you had to walk from the hotel. >> reporter: romney's response? >> i enjoyed it. >> reporter: romney is walking on eggshells and eager to please after being blasted by british leaders for appearing to question london's readiness to host the olympic games. dubbed "the party popper" in "the daily mail," "nowhere man" in "the times of london" and more, he side-stepped the issue with piers morgan. >> you've been slightly criticism for
cnn yesterday that because of gag orders in place the chief wasn't exactly being forthcoming when he gave us that answer. here is the quote from the school. out of concern with violating the court order, the chief didn't answer those questions directly. now the question is what else did the school know? what did or did not get reported to authorities? and the fact that james holmes was seeing a psychiatrist at the time of the shooting only raises more speculation. drew griffin, cnn, atlanta. >> all right. this development does indeed raise a lot more questions about what a medical professional like a psychiatrist can or cannot do in terms of a lerting authorities. our guest is a bioethicist at new york university and has just completed a project on ethics and mental health. good to see you. if a psychiatrist has reason to believe a patient is a potential threat to himself or herself or others can or should that medical professional tell law enforcement or a third party? >> well, there is a strong presumption of privacy. if you're in the mental health area you're going to hear a lot o
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report says it contained details about how he planned on killing people. cnn cannot confirm the information. there is a legal battle over the package and whatever was inside it. jim is outside the jail in centennial, colorado, this morning. what is this assertion of privilege the lawyers are talking about. >> reporter: the defense team says this was communication between holmes and his psychiatrist and therefores had a doctor/patient privilege so it should not become evidence and should come to them and not become part of the investigation. what's going on in this court of back story here is that there is a gag order, so no law enforcement people from the university are supposed to talk to media. as you noted, there have been all of these media reports about what supposedly is in this notebook. the defense has said, look, there is all of these leaks. we need this stuff right away. the d.a.'s office has come back and said the leaks are inaccurate and there may not be any sources leaking it and your certification that the leaks should give you the privilege of having this don'
're in the cnn newsroom where the news unfolds live this saturday. our top story, new evidence now surfacing in the colorado movie theater massacre. the suspect, james holmes, was being treated by a psychiatrist at the university of colorado before the shooting that took 12 lives and injured dozens more. the psychiatrist who he was reportedly seeing has a chilling specialty, skchizophreniaschizo. >> reporter: will this all surfaced through a series of court motions. last monday, this notebook was delivered to the university. at that point, the police, aurora plaolice a the d.a.'s office got this notebook and leaks afternopparently happened there were writings that he wanted to do some sort of violence.defense said there's a gag order, shouldn't be anything out there and this this is privileged material. that's where it stands. that will be determined at a hearing on monday. what will does tell us for sure is that he was seeking psychiatric care from this professor at the university. and that he did write some sort of thing in this notebook. beyond that, we're really not certain. we don't kno
on cnn. >> i texted my mom right away and she was up even though it was like 3:00 a.m. there and i told her and she immediately got on the news and was sending me constant updates but it was absolutely horrible. it was just so senseless. you have to wonder why these things happen in the world. >> it's a lot to process for anybody especially a 17-year-old but franklin who is going to be racing for gold in seven events, seven events, is no typical teenager. >> swim all the way to the wall and i'll come in. >> she loves swimming on her back. >> missy franklin at 2 years old. and at 5, winning her first free style race. >> she's winning. her first race. >> i want to go to the olympics. >> go missy! >> missy franklin almost a body length ahead. >> now at age 17 she is the second youngest person on the u.s. olympic team. her back stroke and free style are what got her there. >> i've made the team, which is the most exciting thing i could ever imagine. i'm going to be an olympian for the rest of my life. >> reporter: at 6'1", she towers over most of her competition. her physique is ideal for s
're better armed now, but the rebellion is taking a toll on the towns where they fight. cnn's ivan watson saw the destruction firsthand. >> reporter: syrian rebel fighters show off captured weapons of war. these are the largest guns we've seen yet in rebel hands. a vehicle mounted mortar that fires giant 120 millimeter rounds. an armored personnel carrier. and anti-aircraft gun mounted on a pickup truck. this one's gotten use in battle. >> translator: a couple weeks ago i shot down a helicopter. >> reporter: this is a bus driver who is now a rebel. moments later, a helicopter flies high overhead. so we're looking at a helicopter that's circling over this town right now. and we're hearing gunfire. and this is what scares the fighters the most. this is what has been killing the most rebels that we've come across, the most casualties. this chopper came from the city of aleppo, located just six miles away from the town of anadan. they say they're fighting for freedom and they've succeeded in pushing out government security forces from this town. but look at the cost. there isn't a single civilian
that. >>> there's more. tonight 8:00 eastern time, cnn's don lemon will be posting a special report you can madness at midnight, the search for answers in aurora. >>> now to syria. at least 100 have been killed and allepo is a city under assume. >> reporter: after six days of fighting urks opposition activists said helicopter gun shirps were flying over the city which is syria's commercial hub. there were also reports that syrian military reinforcements had arrived there and that tanks, security forces and armored vehicles were roaming the streets. by later in the day, anti-government demonstrations were also being reported in the a when poe s allepo suburbs. opposition activisted reported explosions have rocked several neighborhoods and rebel forces had also battled there. one amateur video reports to show a helicopter as it fires on a residential neighborhood. you can see the smoke rising from the she willllshelling. shelling also reporteded in homs province. you can matter what sounds like incoming missiles and the strikes after which you see smoke rising up. local coordination commi
about that person? why -- i would love to see -- and i'll give you a challenge. i would like to see cnn come out with a policy that said "moving forward, we're not going to talk about the gunman." what we're going to say is he a coward walked into a movie theater and started shooting people. he's apprehended. the coward's in jail. let's move on to the victims. never talk to him again. >> it's also one of those horrible things that even years from now people sometimes remember the name of the killer. >> give me one person who died in tucson besides gabby gifford. there was a girl from 9/11 who died. they made her -- but nobody can remember the name. but you can still remember the face of that coward. because that's the only word i'm going to use on television. >> listen, i appreciate you all being on and talking about alex and helping people to get to know him because i think that's the most important thing, what we're trying to do right now. >> i appreciate it. thanks for your time. >> as we continue to honor the lives of the fallen and showcase some of the people who risked it all to s
york times" and cnn, were you surprised that he was willing to be public and talk about all of that, as much detail -- he was measured, but he did open up. >> i was surprised by it, wolf, but i think he understands, and he talked about this last night, that the american people have a right to know what they can be told about what the country is being done to defend the country. at the same time, not compromising sources and methods. so i think he walked that fine line very well last night. >> steve, you're a journalist like i am. listen and i'll play it again about the leaks. he's obviously very concerned about what the news media sometimes reports and books and elsewhere. >> are people affected by the information that comes out? you bet they are. are lives at risk? absolutely. >> what did you think of the lecture he basically gave all of our journalistic colleagues? >> with respect to the admiral, i wouldn't take the judgment of the leader of the most secretive military unit in the united states as the basis for evaluating where the line and the first amendment in this country lies
is @cnnbottomline. i'm @christineromans. now back to "cnn saturday" for the latest news headlines. have a great weekend. >>> security is in shambles, isn't it? >> i cannot disagree with you. >> reporter: an embarrassing scandal for the london games. how the firm tasked with protecting the olympics failed and what new dangers may be lurking. this morning, we put olympic security in focus. >>> and later, new details on the aurora shooting suspect. we'll tell you what cnn has learned about his mental state before the shooting. >>> threats from paris, pleas from prince, the jackson clan making headlines again, but this time it's a family feud with millions at stake. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. it is 10:00 on the east coast, 7:00 a.m. out west. thanks so much for starting your day with us. we start in london, where the olympic games are under way right now. a 23-year-old chinese woman nicknamed shooting beauty competing in the 10-meter air rifle competition has won the first gold medal in london. meantime, u.s. swimmer michael phelps will compete against ryan lochte in the 400 indivi
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organization save the children to send food and medicine to the refugees. you can visit our blog at cnn.com/outfront to find out more and there's even a link to send the kids soccer balls if you want. >>> the economy grew at a slower pace in the second quarter. the commerce department reported the economy grew at 1.5%. that was the second quarter number. tad bit better than expected. below the 2% in the first quarter. and not a high enough number to create jobs. economists we spoke to said the reason for the short fall was consumer spending. they also pointed to uncertainty about the so-called fiscal cliff. dan greenhouse of btig said it pretty well. quote, the u.s. economy which is already being depressed by the lingering effects of the recession is being held hostage by politics. >>> it's been 358 days since this country lost its top credit rating. our future being held hostage to politics. what are we doing to get it back? standard & poor's got in the olympic spirit today. reaffirming britain's aaa credit rating. >>> now, our fourth story "outfront." the bunker buster is ready. we're
crisis. krista freeland and will cain is a cnn contributor and is so wrong about the truth of this congress that i insist he comes on until i can convince him otherwise. welcome to all of you. >> bravo you for having background music to your sermon this week. i feel like we're about to land on an asteroid. >> i would like to know where the asteroid is coming from. we have a, in my opinion, we're calling it storms. we have two storms. we have the one over europe that is getting big. it is hitting us. the waves are higher. the winds are stronger. and then we have this one coming out of washington which teams entirely avoidable and fixable. what's your thought? >> the one in washington is contrived. on the other hand, it reflects our politics and our voters which are incredibly divided. so i don't think we're going to go off the fiscal cliff. but i'm not sure. maybe we'll get to next year and they'll say well we're not -- we're going to do it retro actively. a lot of stuff will start unwinding. europe, that's aeeper problem. there's years there. >> i'm not sure is the problem.
you what cnn has learned about his mental state before the shooting. it is saturday, july 28th. good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. if you were waiting to watch london's olympic ceremony, this is your spoil alert. queen elizabeth officially opened the 2012 games after an epic journey through the united kingdom's rich history. oscar winner danny boyle was the creative mind and director behind the ceremony aisles of wonder. the recent tour de france champion bradley wiggins kicked things off followed by historic moments involving british society. one of the moments of the night was the prelude to the queen's introduction.
is so aloof from the particulars of this country. that is why someone like tom hanks can get up at cnn say, obama has been so great. he's actually expanded the expectations of what a president can do. i mean, what world do you live in where he's expanded your expectations? but wow, i did know he could do so much. this is so awesome. sign me up. combat is because bottom line is hollywood isemotional. they are emotional by their very duties. they have to play other people almost every single day of their lives and get us to go spend 15 bucks to hear -- to watch a movie. they are emotional beings. that's her talent and that's where they're attracted to liberalism because what is liberalism? liberalism is nothing more than a temper tantrum with a political labor attached to it. every time you have a rational discussion of what to do with the country, you want to go ahead and reform medicare or social security, and you see what her take on that, mathematically these programs are going broke, so somebody like paul ryan puts together, certainly not radical proposals, but proposals that would
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] or those unforgettable moments in cnn, hanging chads. i wish i would have the presence of tim russert to transcend technology with a simple chalkboard. to look ateral ways this election. all of them lead to the conclusion that this will be a very close outcome. this is more stark this share then usual. the conditions versus the candidates. they decided majority of american voters believe the country is on the wrong track. most believe they're not better off than they were four years ago. that is bad news for a incumbent. many republicans acknowledge that as of today obama is a much better political candidates than his opponent. mitt romney has the highest negative rating of eastoany rect challenger. what about demographics versus the economy? voter profiles become a bigger part of democrats. on the other hand, no president has ever been collected since world war ii with an unemployment rates over 8%. 8% on election day will be on the optimistic side. money versus mobilization. what citizens united and the proliferation of political action committees, the republicans will have a money
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